Clark Miller writes from the Philippines about the work being done by volunteers who have been studying God's word at our Tahanan Community Center and are finding ways to actualize the teachings of Jesus in their community.
Jesus promises that if we hunger and thirst to do what is right that we will be filled. As we all know, hungering and thirsting means that there is always something more to go after. But along the way, as we trust the LORD through this process, we can experience fulfillment.
We all have moments in life when we feeling like we are slipping and we're not sure what to do. The Bible teaches us a couple things: come before God and bring our struggles before our brothers and sisters.
Licensed Mental Health Worker Vanessa McElreath just returned from Florida after assisting evacuees at a local shelter in Tampa, Florida. Brett Madron highlights her experience and the purpose she felt in the service she offered.
Jeff Sherrod expounds on the value of an education that combines both classroom instruction and field experience that gives students experiences to engage with in the classroom. It's a model we practice in our programs at the Institute for G.O.D.
Hospitality is more than about welcoming people with coffee and donuts. It's about inviting people into our lives, and showing interest in their story as well. It's something the people of faith should all practice.